dame adme dmae mdae amde made daem adem deam edam aedm eadm dmea mdea dema edma meda emda amed maed aemd eamd mead emad
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Definitions and meaning of dame
From Middle Englishdame, dam(“noble lady”), from Old Frenchdame(“lady; term of address for a woman; the queen in card games and chess”), from Latindomina(“mistress of the house”), feminine form of dominus(“lord, master, ruler; owner of a residence”), ultimately either from Proto-Indo-European*demh₂-(“to domesticate, tame”) or from Latindomus(“home, house”) (ultimately from Proto-Indo-European*dem-(“to build (up)”)). Doublet of domina and donna.
(Received Pronunciation, General American) IPA(key): /deɪm/
(Britain)Usually capitalized asDame: a title equivalent to Sir for a female knight.
(Britain) A matron at a school, especially Eton College.
(Britain, theater) In traditional pantomime: a melodramatic female often played by a man in drag.
(US, dated, informal, slightly derogatory) A woman.
(archaic) A lady, a woman.
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From Dutchdame, from Middle Dutchdame, from Middle Frenchdame, from Old Frenchdame, from Latindomina.